Top secret cars, January 2011
Automakers' future vehicles revealed
Photo: Brenda Priddy & Company
Typically speaking, a new car takes somewhere in the neighbourhood of three to four years to develop. During that time, engineers must take that car out on the road to test. Unfortunately for them (but fortunately for us), there's just no substituting time spent on the road. This is where spy photographers come into play, revealing new cars expected on the market.
One of the most famous such photographers is Brenda Priddy. Her monthly photos give us a glimpse at the next generation of cars, those that manufacturers don't want us to see yet.
Here's what they've been up to this month ...
We're off to a slow start for spring, but does the warmer weather make you excited about convertible season?
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- Oh yes! My convertible is garaged. Can't wait to take it out!
- I'm considering buying a convertible this year
- I love convertibles and though I don't own one, I'd like to one day
- Convertibles aren't my thing. I don't like the wind messing up my hair